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The Equine Skeleton  Fore and Hind Limb with Paul Conroy Bsc AWCF

The Equine Skeleton Fore and Hind Limb with Paul Conroy Bsc AWCF

Huge thank you to Alex Ridgeway and Paul Conroy for allowing us to used these videos.

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AFA 47 - Paige Poss "Understanding the Back of the Foot

AFA 47 - Paige Poss "Understanding the Back of the Foot

Thank you to the American farrier association and Paige Poss for allowing us to use this video 

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Shoeing a 3* Event horse with HIND LIMB pathology with Dr Mark Caldwell

Shoeing a 3* Event horse with HIND LIMB pathology with Dr Mark Caldwell

Dr M. N. Caldwell interviewed by  Alex Ridgeway

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How to transition a Horse SHOES to BAREFOOT

How to transition a Horse SHOES to BAREFOOT

Dr M. N. Caldwell interviewed by  Alex Ridgeway How to transition a Horse SHOES to BAREFOOT   

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Morphological variations in equine hoof balance metrics and their influence on the mechanical behaviour of the foot and the probability of increased risk factors associated with lameness and pathology

Morphological variations in equine hoof balance metrics and their influence on the mechanical behaviour of the foot and the probability of increased risk factors associated with lameness and pathology

Abstract from the Thesis submitted in accordance with the requirements of the University of
Liverpool for the degree of Doctor in Philosophy By
Mark Nathan Caldwell PhD., F.W.C.F. 2017

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Using Science to Guide Farriery (Manipulating Force for a Mechanical Advantage)  Mark Caldwell PhD.,FWCF Part 2

Using Science to Guide Farriery (Manipulating Force for a Mechanical Advantage) Mark Caldwell PhD.,FWCF Part 2

Using Science to Guide Farriery (Manipulating Force for a Mechanical Advantage) Mark Caldwell PhD.,FWCF Part 2

The Trimming and Shoeing Protocols

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Using Science to Guide Farriery (Manipulating Force for a Mechanical Advantage) Part 1

Using Science to Guide Farriery (Manipulating Force for a Mechanical Advantage) Part 1

Using Science to Guide Farriery (Manipulating Force for a Mechanical Advantage)

Mark N Caldwell PhD., FWCF

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